Cat poop coffee goes biotech

@article{Eisenstein2015CatPC,
  title={Cat poop coffee goes biotech},
  author={Michael Eisenstein},
  journal={Nature Biotechnology},
  year={2015},
  volume={33},
  pages={1014-1014}
}
A Brooklyn-based synthetic biology startup wants to reinvent morning coffee—or at least the kind that sells for up to $80 a cup. That’s the price of kopi luwak, considered the Holy Grail of coffees, produced from partly digested coffee ‘cherries’ eaten by wild civets native to southeast Asia. The authentic kopi luwak is made from beans collected from the… CONTINUE READING